This is a poster I made to hang in an elementary school classroom in the future. There are barcodes at the bottom so the robot children can read it too. Gonna do more in this vein, the future is cool. My future is at least.
(It also inspired the new theme for this blog, as evidenced by the fact that it blends in to the background haha)
This is a setting I made for World Aids Day 2018. I hand-made the tray in ceramic and painted my version of Haring’s Fight Aids Act Up. I found the cookies in the trash on 16th street.
This is a tapestry I made of the New York Health and Racquet Club on 13th st. It’s right across the street from the Blick I go to and I always thought it was cool, so I made something of it. Sewing is hard, but not too hard. I’ll do it again but no time soon.
This is my friend Grace, in her room in our dorm. Its acrylic on canvas. I love the style of this, its the way I usually paint with acrylic but I expanded it beyond human forms into buildings and objects. I super-love her left hand, kinda hate the right one (from her perspective).
This is a faux painting kit I made for my 2d class.
I constructed the box out of cardboard and painted acrylic and paint marker on foam core to create the demo piece. It can be totally reconstructed following the (somewhat convoluted) instructions in the bottom right corner.
This is a linoleum block print I made, my first attempt at printing!
My yearly self portrait! I do one at the start of each school year, no more no less.
Recently I swore off the color yellow. I banished it from the knick knacks on my shelves and the clothes in my closet. I refuse to use it in another piece of art for as long as I live. It is downright hideous and can be replaced to a much more interesting effect with a light, or even dark orange.
Btw, I know I haven’t been posting but I have been making loads of art. Gonna start posting what I’ve been making slowly, starting now. 🙂